Each September, about the end of summer, Adams Morgan holds a huge ourtdoor event known as the Adams Morgan Day Festival. It draws thousands of people, who enjoy the live bands, food, art, and other attractions. Most of the restaurants, clubs, and shops in Adams Morgan have their own booths and goings-on. If you happen to visit Washington in September, and have some free time on Sunday, then check it out.
Located just two miles from the White House, you'll find the somewhat funky Adams Morgan neighbourhood. The crossroads of 18th Street and Columbia Road, NW, marks the vibrant centre of the city's most diverse neighbourhood and the heart of the Latino community.
This area boasts the largest display of expressive art in the city. It'll be a hoot to discover these colourful and symbolic murals, as you walk the streets of this lively district.
In addition, this bustling neighbourhood of international sights, sounds, and aromas, offers a multi-cultural bazaar of one-of-a-kind shopping and dining opportunities, along with wonderful examples of late 19th and early 20th century row houses and apartment buildings.
The Adams-Morgan section of DC is the City's most culturally diverse neighborhood and home to a number of funky art galleries, cool ethnic eateries, coffee houses, and shops. In fact, some of the best food in the city can be found here. It is a really fun place to stroll around and check out.